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_ : .^^■gg=3g« =» I; ' MONDAY, August 19, 1811._ --■ ~ - ' ~ ~ - ~~=c=——————— — ' -■ - ■'■■ ———*———————) 1 T1 . I.L, SALES AT VENDU£. On every Tuesday and Friday, \ VV1LL BE SOLD, At the Vendue Store, corner of Prince and Water streets, A Variety of Dry Goods, Groceries, y J r*.« CDC. Particulars of which will be expressed in the bills of the day. All kind of goads which are on limitation and the prices of which are established, can at any time be viewed and purchased at the lowest limitation and prices. P. G. Marfteller^ For Freight or Charter, ' ’ 7 he substantial) fast -sailing , Ship Horizon, . James Pitts, Master ; 25* tons burthen, and carries about 3200 barrels. Apply to the Master on board, or James Patton. May 22; __ ~For Sale, Freight or Charter, - The CtuG H U N T E R, Burthen 17 50 barrels, in ex cclientorder. V not disposed of by the first of next month, she will then take 500 baii^ls on freight to Barbados. Apply to Robert Patton, jun. June 27. _ for Sale, Freight or Charter, Tlio substantial fast sailing nRIG MARY ANTNT, ilyii^' at Conway's wharf, in complete order to receive a cargo. App!> to James Patton. July 24 __ d For Gottenburgh, The bniP THOMAS, Thomas Cole, Master ; Having the greater part of her cargo en caged ; will tvke a few hogspeads of tobacco on freight if immediate application is made » James Sanderson. August 2 ___d— The Subscriber Jht tar talc at his warehouse on Conway’s wharfs London pat ticular Madeira Wine, in half p:pcs and quarter casks, fit for immediate use, from the well kno-.n houses of Messrs. Scott and Co. Sc Murdoch, Youilic, W ardrop St Co. Coficc in bags and barrels Old Grenada Rum, and some Shtub ol stt ncrior qt-ulity from the same island P New York prime Beef and Pork oi excel lent quality * Brisloe drop Shot in ba^s JLSOa Bills on London for sale at 60 days, in sunt* to suit purchasers . Tames Patton. J d May 2 _ Literary police. A Gentleman of liberal education, from Boston, takes tnis method of offering him self, either in a public or private capacity, ss an instructor in the (•'«'’ ami Romm. Clicks i in the science of .istronomo, Ge ■e-ra'ihy, Mathematics, and the Arg.^4 /.«» Lunar / and in the art of Reading V »’« f / A line directed to N. R ,S. and ielt at the Alexandria Gazette Off.ee, will he prompt iy attended to. ti6l* August 13 . toseph SPEAR, Most respectfully informs his Friends and the THAT he hasiommenced the C.1D..> r.USIXESS iu all us various branc.ics, near ly opposite ire Vendue Store. Punce.s.ree —he also makes and repairs all kinds ot Mu sical Instruments, such as 1 '*no Has: Viols, Violins, Cult tars &c. and v I also furnish Mahogany Coffins for groa n per sons for fj-een dollars. He hopes rUt goodness of his materials, the soundness c, l it work, and the strict attention he miem.. paving to his business, will ensure Mm ■ couragement from » generous puhUc. A1 oftheabove branches oTbutmctswillbc ex «cu:ed at the shortest notice. June 18. eo Twenty two barrels Mackarel, Just received and for sale by the subscrib er. Joseph H. Mandeville. August 9 dlw PUBLIC SALE. BY virtue of a deed of trust from Isaac Shreve and Hannah his wife, to the subscriber, executed for the purpose of sa tisfying a debt due from Isaac Shreve to the Bank of Alexandria, will be exposed to public sale, for cash, on the premises, on the 19th day of September next, a LOT or half an Acre of GROUND, situated in the town of Alexandria, on the east side of Washington street Sc south side of Wilkes street. Thomas Swann, Trustee. August 7 dt9 Valuable Property for Sale. The subscriber offers for Sale the following VALUABLE PROPERTY, to wit: i. An elegant and most valu able MILL SEAT, with a fall of about for ty feet, on Holmes’s Run, four miles from the city of Alexandria, immediately on the Little River Turnpike leading from that ci ty through a fertile country. 1 his scite for a dwelling house and a mill scat, is consi dered by competent judges to be cnc of the most beautiful and advantageous in the state ! of Virginia. The race is already cut and a dam can be erected at a very inconsiderable expence. 2. 1250 Acres of prime Land 1 in Caroline county, state ot Maryland ; on I which are a Mill lately repaired, a Mill Scat ; on a never failing stream, a commodious ; frame dwelling house, with every other con | venient out hou»e, and an apple orchard ot ; goo i fruit. The iron ore on and near this ! tract is incxhaustable. 3. Two Lots in the City of I Alexandria, on which are three tenements, j situate on the west side of Koval*?ticet, and 1 the north side of Camcron-strcet. The terms of payment will be made con venient to the purchasers. b'or terms and a further description of the I first mentioned property, enquire of Mr. | Thomas J&nuey—oi Mr, Joscjih //. Maude* ' villc for the last—both of Alexandria—or William S. Douglass, Mordington Mills, Kent County, Delaware. August 8—15 dl>v;o3w - I NOTICE. THE partnership heretofore carried on I u-der the firm of SAMUEL & \vILLIAM ♦ SMITH, is this day dissolved by mutual con sent. . Samuel Smith, William Smith. August 14 1 — Pocket Book lo>t. WAS LOST, on Thursday the first in stant, between Doguc Run k Alex ' andiia, a red Morocco Pocket Hook, contain i in<r fifteen dollars in notes, an order on tae j Post-Master at Occoquan for thirteen dollars, ! an order on II. Parish, Fredericksburg, for ; fifteen dollars, besides sundry other papers | of no use to any person but the owner. Most of the papers contain the owner's name. Whoever finds the suid Pocket Rook, by leaving it at this Office will receive FI\ L DOLLARS reward. August 16 v _° * JUST PUBLISHED" For tale bj ROBERT GRAY, Ki»g-*treet; The Curse of Kehama ; A XL 11* POEM : BY ROBERT SOUTHY. In 2 volumes —Price gl 50 Also, the following PLAYS : GUSTAYUS VASA ; Doubtful Son;— Italian Father ; New Way to Pay Oul Debts; Hit cr Mis; Orphan ol Prague; Twenty Years ago ; Family Legend ; Agree ; ab-e Surprise; Not at Home ; Lovc-a-la . Mode ; Poor Gentleman ; Merchant of \ ' nice • F.verv Man in his Humor; Hamle [ Trav’estic. Henry the fourth ; Knight o . Snowdown ; Lady of the^ Late. ^ ' Two elegant patent London made PIAAO FORTES, tv it’a additional K?>* to C Pedal , August 16 PUBLIC SALE. BY virtue of a deed of trust from Willi am Wilson to the subscriber, to secure the payment of a sum •! money to the Bank of Alexandria, will be exposed to sale on a credit of six, twelve and tighteen months, (the payments to be secured by notes with approved endorsers and a trust upon the pro perty to secure the payment ot the notes) onTHURSDAY the twenty second day of August, upon their respective premises, several valuable PIECES of GROUND, ly ing upon Fairfax, Water and Queen-streets, and a 20 feet Alley. JAMES KEITH. July 31__dts Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County, July lerm, 1811. Ordered. That the administratrix of Gur. den Chapin, deceased, do insert the following advertisement three times in each week ior four weeks, in the Alexandria Daily Ga zette. Test. Alexander Moore, Reg. This is to give Notice, That the subscriber, of Alexandria coun ty, in the district of Columbia, has obtain ed from the Orphans' Court of said county, letters of administration on the personal es tate of Garden Chapin, late of the county a aforesaid, deceased: all persons having claims against the said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers there of to the subscriber, on or before the 19th day of January next, or they may by law be excluded from all benefit to said estate ; and those indebted thereto are required to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 19th day of July, 1811. Margaret R. Chapin, Administratrix of Gulden Chapin. July 10 Staw4w District of Columbia, County of Alexandria—to wit. July Term, 1811. William Prout, complainant _ ®8ainst l ln Chancery. • James Taylor and William \ Fox, defendants. J The defendant James Taylor1, not having entered his appearance and given security according to the statute tnd the rules of this court, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court, upon affidavit, that the said James Taylor is not an inhabitant of this district—on motion of the said complain ant by his counsel, it is ordered, that tkc said defendant James i'aytui, do -ppva. on the first day of next term and enter his appearance to the suit, and give security for performing the decree of the court, and that the other defendant, W’illiam Fox, do not pay away, convey, or secrete, the debts by him owing to, or the estate or effects in his hands belonging to the said absent defend ant James Taylor, until the further «rder or decree of this court; and that a copy of this order be forthwith published for two months successively in one ot the public newspapers published in this county, and that another copy be posted at the fiont door of the court house of said county. A copy— i e«r* G. Deneale, c. c. July 31 'aw2m If not disposed of at private sale, will be exposed at Public Auction, on the 2Uh of August, A Lot of Ground, held in fee simple, situated on the south side of Duke strect and the east side ot Fairfax-sireet. Jnd at the same time and place, •Another Lot of Ground, situ ate on the south side of Duke-street 8c east ward of Fairfax street; subject to a ground rent of thirty six dollars sixty six cents ; late the residence of John Dunlap, Esq. deceas ed The sale will commence at 4 o‘clock. Terms of sale-—One third in hand, one t hi i d in six months, and the other third in nine months; the p iyments to be secured by good notes negotiable in any bank in Alexandra, and by deed of trust on the premises. Application to be made to P. G. Marsteller. August 5 _eo24th Aug ' SUBSCRIBERS To Walsh's American Review, Are respectfully informed that the third Number, is just rtceived and ready for deli very. James Kennedy, sen. August 10 At a meeting ot tne r>oaru ui xic«u August s, i8n> Ordfpf.d, That the Members of the Board undertake to scrutinize the various portions ot the town for the discovery of nuisances, according to the following arrangement, and that they are to cause to be exercised promptness in the removal of such as may come to their know, ledge, and that the individual members re tain the right of a general superintendance and removal of nuisances from any part of the town. WILLIAM FOWLE, east of Fairfax and south of Prince streets. WILLIAM PATON, west of Fair* fax, south of Prince and east of St. Asaph streets, JOHN LLOYD, east of. Fairfax be tween King and Prince streets. JOSEPH RIDDLE, west of Fairfax between King and Prince-streets. ELISHA C. DICK, west of Fairfax and east of Columbus, between King and Prince street. THOMAS JANNEY, west of Co lumbos-street, between King and Prince-street. ANDREW JAMIESON, east of Royal and north of King street. GEORGE DENE ALE, west of Roy al, north of King and east of Co lumbus street. WILLIAM S. MOORE, wcstofCo lumbus, north of King-atrect. And it appearing to the Board, that great vigilance will be required as usual, during the warm season, to preserve the health of I the town, it is therefore ordered, that tn© Superintendant of Police do pay particular attention to th© state of the gutters, back yards, alleys and privies, and that he cause tho gutters to be scraped Sc cleaned twice a week * in each week, by working the pumps on Wed nesdays & Saturdays, and that he also pro cure a sufficient quantity of quick lime and cause the same to be sent round the town on the aforesaid days for the use of the inhabitants, who are to pay for the same at cost; & that it be his particular duty to see that the same be used in all privies, requiring the same in any stagnant places in the gutters imme diately after their beihg scraped. By order of the Board of Health, George Deneale, Prs’t. August 5 , d2w At the annual meeting of the Stockholders in the Little River Turnpike Company, in the town of Alexandria, on the first .Monday in December, 181o, the fol lowing resolution IVac unanimously • That for the purpose of encouraging the use of broad wheel waggons on the Little River Turnpike road, all waggons the breadth of the wheels whereof shall be 3ix inches, shall be permitted to pass the gates on said road toll free, for the term of two years, and all waggons whose wheels shall be the breadth of five inches, shall be permitted to pass toll free, for the term of eighteen months—all waggons the breadth of the wheels whereof shall be four inches, shall be permitted to pass toll free for the space of 15 months from the time they shall first pass the re spective gates, which shall be specially no ticetl by the gate keepers—And that this re gulation shall be extende d to all who shall afail themselves of it within two years. Jonah Thompson, Secy. December 2y. law Ten Dollars Reward. Ran away from the subscriber in Prince William County on the 24tl» of July last, a Negro Woman named CLART, with a male child about four months old She formerly belonged to the estate of John Gibson, she is about 25 years of age, very black, about five feet six inches high-«-she took with her sundry cloathing which I can not describe ; it is expected she is harbored in Alexandria by a free sister who resides there and whose husband’s name is Jesse Jennings. The above reward will be paid for securing her in any jail so that I get her again, and reasonable charges if brought home. Simon LuttrelL Masters of vessels and others are cautioned against harboring or carrying her off. August 10. co^1* JUST RECEIVED, Robert Smith’s Address TO THK • _ _ PEOPLE OF THE U. STATES. Price 2> Cents. R. GRAY; . July ». - d